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Precourt Family Professor, Professor of Energy Resources Engineering and Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsMy research is focused on reducing the risks of climate change by developing energy supplies with low carbon emissions. Students and post-doctoral fellows in my research group work on carbon dioxide storage, energy systems analysis, and pathways for transitioning to a low-carbon energy system.
Arnout Mans Pieter Boelens
Physical Science Research Scientist, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsThe Boltzmann Transport Equation has important applications in both
non-continuum fluid mechanics and semiconductor research. It is an example of an
high-dimensional partial-differential equation (PDE) and describes the
evolution of a joint probability function. Due to the curse of dimensionality
these kind of equations are notoriously hard to solve. I work on parallel tensor
methods to solve high-dimensional PDEs in general and the Boltzmann Transport
Equation in particular.
Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineering
BioI am a passionate PhD student in the department of Energy Resources Engineering. Coming from a diverse academic background in aerospace engineering, financial engineering and energy resources engineering, I hope to contribute to creating a zero-carbon clean energy future. I am a dedicated quantitative engineer working on efficient and accurate algorithms for carbon sequestration, gas production and energy efficiency. More broadly, I'm very interested in all developments in CleanTech!
Associate Professor of Energy Resources Engineering and Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsGreenhouse gas emissions, energy systems optimization, mathematical modeling of resource depletion, life cycle analysis
Affiliate, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
BioAlan Burnham has a BS from Iowa State University Chemistry and PhD from the University of Illinois in Physical Chemistry. He worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for 31 years on oil shale retorting, petroleum geochemistry, laser fusion material science, and energetic materials. He was CTO for American Shale Oil for 7 years prior to becoming an Consulting/Adjunct Professor at Stanford. During this time he was also an independent consultant on various energy projects. He is currently an affiliate in the Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling (BPSM) Group and a consultant for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Program Coordinator, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordAdministrative Associate III in Energy Resources Engineering
Assisting Stanford Center for Carbon Capture, Women in Data Science, SUPRI-B Reservoir Simulation group and Smart Fields Consortium group
Event planning, website editor